Stock markets fall after APEC summit highlights China-U.S. trade tension

New York stocks slid on Monday with technology stocks leading the way after an Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting this…

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Farmers ready to get political in 2019

After another tough fall harvest, this time the result of early snowfall blanketing crops, many farmers across the prairies are…

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Canada’s sprint to ratify sets up Trans-Pacific trade deal to take effect this year

A wide-ranging trade agreement between 11 Pacific Rim countries is on track to take effect before the end of 2018,…

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After almost a century in Nelson, B.C., the last Greyhound rolls through

Seventy-five-year-old Helena Petkau waits patiently for the Greyhound to roll into Nelson B.C.’s bus depot at the back of a…

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Surging U.S. deficit a warning for Canadians wanting tax cuts: Don Pittis

According to a new Senate report, what Canada needs is for its rich people to get richer. Of course that’s not…

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Clean up of wind and solar sites won’t land at Alberta farmers’ feet

With a growing number of wind and solar developments studding Alberta’s landscape, the province has enshrined new rules that ensure…

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Drilling forecast bleak as discount for Canadian oil persists, analyst says

The Canadian oil and gas sector is in a holding pattern in which spending and production growth can’t occur until…

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Air Canada plane was ‘a few feet’ from ‘worst crash in aviation history,’ NTSB report says

A near-collision of airliners in San Francisco last year was a few feet from becoming the worst crash in aviation…

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Frank Stronach sues daughter Belinda for allegedly mismanaging family fortune

An Ontario business magnate is suing his daughter, two grandchildren and others for allegedly mismanaging the family’s assets and trust…

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Canadians to spend more this holiday season, report finds

Recent trade uncertainty, climbing debt levels and rising interest rates don’t seem to be dampening holiday spirits among Canadian consumers, who plan…

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